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  1. I've been out of the concept game for a while but my creative juices got going again and decided to throw this concept together. This was inspired by the Flyers new wordmark font and their Stadium Series practice jerseys (see below). I am anticipating comments saying that it's just a recoloring of last years stadium series jersey. And I would like to counter that argument with the following: I have been a flyers fan my whole life and they have used this striping pattern on their arms for a very long time. The only difference is that there is no stripe the length of the arm connected to it. (Check out their uniform history from 1983-2007) I just had to make the top stripe a little thicker so that it will look good. Secondly, as an extension of first argument, this would be a realistic third jersey look considering their history with this striping pattern. In my opinion it is very rare that a third jersey that is completely different from anything they've done before is received well. Think of Atlanta's weird maroon jersey, Florida's baby blue thirds, basically anything Buffalo has done, and the "throwback" flyers jersey which I never liked because it just never looked like a Flyers look. I imagined a lot of different options and I couldn't imagine anything looking better than this look. I even thought about a stripe the length of the arm where the outline was the shape of the crack in the Liberty Bell, but I didn't think that would work very well. And lastly... yeah, it kinda is a recoloring of that jersey... shoot me lol. I also realize that the arm stripes on the middle image don't look symmetrical but the striping is similar to what the Flyers have always used which is a curved look so that there is no point on the outside of the arm, just a smooth line. So from the outside of the arm it will look straight but from the inside of the arm it will look curved. Lastly, I put together a possible 3rd logo below. I was always going to use "Philly" on the front but I thought this might look good on the shoulder, but I never quite fell in love with it. Also, for realism's sake, the only time the Flyers have had a shoulder patch is for a memorial or the 50th anniversary patch. So adding the shoulder patch wouldn't be a very "Flyers look." It is essentially the Liberty Bell logo from the Phillies batting practice/spring training hat with the Flyers logo on top. And in all honesty, it is a direct copy of the new Phillies logo. But I thought I'd share it anyway, so let me know what you think. I am always open to constructive criticism so I'd love to hear what you all think.
  2. I’m doing a projekt where I redesign or rebrand old NBA All-Star logos. In a Wayne how I wish eget would look:) Let me know what you think
  3. I am working on a project where I do some old NBA all-star logos. I clean up (in my opinion ) and do them the way I wish they would look. Let me know what you think
  4. As a Jazz fan who's not a huge fan of the current design (minus the City Edition jersey), I figured I would try my hand at redesigning the team. Changing the colors to dark purple, teal, and copper, the team resurrects a snowflake logo. The Association uniform is off-white, the Icon uniform purple, the Statement uniform teal, and the new City Edition uniform a gradient going from pewter blue to dark blue. C&C welcome!
  5. (Updated) I have updated the main post so the finalized renderings are seen first. (Still debating over final numbers. Both based off current Eagles font, but modified) Here is the remainder of the blog for how the above were created. Look through and comment I will update the finals if suggestions and changes are warranted. **** ORIGINAL POST BELOW ***** Okay, I've heard lots of talk about modernizing a throwback classic Eagles uniform but haven't seen any good renderings for what the single vision is for this. So, I took the time and created a one. There is too much discussion to me about "Kelly Green". It's more than that. It's bringing back tradition and having an identity that the loyal fan base can relate to. Lots of Kelly Green advocates seem to just want the "old" back. And this annoys the Millennials who don't care about the past...preferring cool. I just want green back (not some hipster made up color) and would love to see a return of silver. To me, the Eagles' colors should be green, silver and white. Agree??? I feel these would be some of the best uniforms in football...home or away. Your input is appreciated to fine tune them. Notes: Green - Not Kelly (50/60s), and not as dark as 80's. Hopefully modernly in between (jersey would have modern shiny shoulder/chest) Silver - The silver has a slight green tint to make it unique (pants would be shiny material) No black - removed from wing logo (any black seen is outline of drawings only) Facemask - Gray, not shiny silver Concept - Closest is Vick era throwback 50's (with shoulder stripes everyone comments on), mixed with the 80's (without overdoing the stripes), and utilizing modern helmet wing and materials
  6. Hey Please check out my latest Ben Simmons Identity concept and give any feedback necassary! https://www.behance.net/gallery/42758743/Ben-Simmons-Nike-Identity-Concept
  7. Mr. Snider Tribute Patch concept After the sad passing of the legendary founder of the Philadelphia Flyers Ed Snider this morning the Flyers announced that they would were patches on their jerseys to honor Mr. Snider throughout the playoffs. My first thought was how would they do it. The most traditional thing teams doing when honoring someone like this is use their initials and since EMS also stands for Emergency Medical Services, that might be a little weird. So I came up with these 3 options. 1) his initials, 2) Mr. Snider (the name everyone called him despite Mr. Snider hating that name), 3) Ed (The name he asked everyone to call him instead of Mr. Snider, which they never did). I also have an example on a jersey. I have always been a fan of how baseball puts their patches over their heart so that's why I placed it there and yes I realize the captains C or A would get in the way. RIP Mr. Snider
  8. Mr. Snider Tribute Patch concept After the sad passing of the legendary founder of the Philadelphia Flyers Ed Snider this morning the Flyers announced that they would were patches on their jerseys to honor Mr. Snider throughout the playoffs. My first thought was how would they do it. The most traditional thing teams doing when honoring someone like this is use their initials and since EMS also stands for Emergency Medical Services, that might be a little weird. So I came up with these 3 options. 1) his initials, 2) Mr. Snider (the name everyone called him despite Mr. Snider hating that name), 3) Ed (The name he asked everyone to call him instead of Mr. Snider, which they never did). I also have an example on a jersey. I have always been a fan of how baseball puts their patches over their heart so that's why I placed it there and yes I realize the captains C or A would get in the way. RIP Mr. Snider
  9. This is fantastic. Not sure how to copy/paste from their site so use the link and watch the video. http://www.lvcheesesteaks.com/ The Iron Pigs are changing to the "Cheesesteaks" for a game, and allowing fans to vote on whether they will be "wit" (with fried onions) or "widdout" (without onions). They've made caps for each scenario. The other merch is pretty great too. Discuss. With without
  10. Simple, classic, and kelly green!!! Also, the striping is based off the 1980s striping, but I tweaked it and added a grey stripe to the bottom white stripe (green on the away). The lone white stripe felt odd. EDIT: Removed helmet stripe.
  11. I recently did an update/modernization of the Philadelphia Eagles uniforms using the current colors which can be seen here. In the thread I noticed a few people asking for a Kelly Green version or saying that they preferred the Kelly Green over the Midnight Green. Personally I prefer the Midnight Green, I think the Kelly Green should stay in the 70's and doesn't really fit these days unless its as a throwback. The Midnight Green and Black combo not only looks better to me but it also looks a little more intimidating. If you see two guys in a dark alley and one is wearing Kelly Green and Grey and the other is wearing Midnight Green and Black, I'll be more afraid of the guy in Midnight Green. I think that is the type of branding that fits the city of Philadelphia and the Eagles franchise. But that's just my opinion. Either way I think the Kelly green can make a good concept so I threw this together. I tried to give it a classic look while keeping with Nike's mission to make every uniform look cool and new (proof of this mission in Oregon, Jacksonville, and Cleveland). I hope you guys like them, I'm open to any comments or suggestions so fire away.
  12. Ever since the Eagles started using the Nike template with the thicker collar, I thought that the jerseys just looked a bit uneven. So by adding the shoulder bit and the (now extinct) side stripe, I thought it would make jersey look a bit more even in terms of colors if that makes sense. As for the font, the font the Eagles use now is a little outdated I guess and I'm not really feeling it anymore, so I changed it to a more modern look. Finally the helmet, I think a gradient helmet can look good if it is done correctly, so I thought I'd try it with this concept and I think it looks really good. Its tasteful and not as crazy as the Jags helmets. I didn't intend this to be a huge redesign, just an update to modernize the Eagles look under Nike. For a Kelly Green concept, you can find it here
  13. Hey Guys! This was a fun one for me. First, the logo. The logo is a keystone "crest" with the wings of the original Flyers logo going through it. Second, the jerseys. I wanted it to look somewhat similar to the jerseys they have now, but keeping it simple at the same time. (And yes, their jersey now is kind of simple). This is just a concept, the logo they have now will forever be their logo, I just wanted to get creative with it. Hope you like this one! C&C Welcome!
  14. Hey everyone! My name is Doug Sanders and I'm an artist based out of Philadelphia with a strong passion for sketching and designing sports logos. I've gotten feedback that my designs could really go somewhere, and I'd love to get some feedback from everyone on the forum, thanks so much! These are just a few of my designs: Colorado Rockies: New York Yankees: Miami Heat: Los Angeles Kings: Chicago Blackhawks: Philadelphia Flyers: Philadelphia Seventy Sixers: Philadelphia Eagles: Philadelphia Phillies: Kansas City Cheifs
  15. Home: This is based off a couple of former Sixers looks with some modern touches. The collar is from the 1970s era jersey with a RWB thin stripe scheme. The Side paneling is also from that jersey, but modified. Instead of a thin blue panel with a red piping a few inches off it, I expanded the blue panel to meet the red piping. I used "PHILA" instead of "SIXERS" in a font similar to the Pittsburgh Pirates. The numbers are off to the side, a modern aspect to the jersey that I think balances is it well. Everything has a red outline. The 76ers logo is the same here, except with consistency in the lines and a red "76". City Pride: The city pride jersey here is extremely simple. I wanted a white jersey to differentiate it from other team's city prides and because the home whites already are so colorful with the thick side panelling. The uniform is all red and white except for the shorts logo. The thin red piping stays just without the blue panelling with the white stars. "BROTHERLY LOVE" is used, a common nickname for Philadelphia and its direct translation from the Greek words "Phileo" and "Adelphos". The 13 star logo is finally utilized, in this case surrounding the number which is in a different font, a block font (an homage to the Sixers looks in the past). Shorts Logo: This is based off the famous LOVE statue in Philly. The top 2 numbers are the jersey number you wear, the bottom 2 are always "76". The top right number is purposely tilted like the "O" in the LOVE statue
  16. One of the greatest players in Philadelphia 76ers history, Caldwell Jones died yesterday of a heart attack. http://www.delawareonline.com/story/sports/nba/76ers/2014/09/22/sixers-great-caldwell-jones-dies/16065063/
  17. Another year, another National Lacrosse League franchise goes bye-bye, either to another city or to oblivion. It's a ritual that indoor lacrosse fans are all too familiar with. Only this time, it's not just another NLL team biting the dust, but the only one left from its inaugural season in 1987 in its original market and under its original identity. Several markets in the U.S. and Canada have been speculated as the Wings' new home, but at this point the favorite appears to be Hartford, Connecticut.
  18. Just a concept I whipped up a short while ago. What if the Athletics never packed their bags from the City of Brotherly Love? After all, they had a much more storied history in the city while the Phillies were always relegated to second-division status (Of course, financial problems and the Phillies new-found success did the A's in for their stay in Philly). So here's a concept for the 2014 Philly A's. Their home jerseys stay basically the same as they did for most of their existence, though they keep the gold from the 1950 Golden Anniversary uniforms. For the road jerseys I used a Philadelphia script I found on the internet, though I would love to one day be able to replicate the actual Athletics script into the word Philadelphia. The alternate uses the script that the team used in the late 80s, before the second serif was added. Let me know what you think, I might do one of those "alternate universe" threads where the A's stay and the Phillies move to another city, much like the A's did.
  19. Thought up this logo from a statue that I saw at 30th St Station in Philadelphia… I think the statue would be a really cool logo so I drew up a concept with Eagles colors. Unfortunately, I dont really know how to use photoshop or illustrator so all of my logos have to be drawn by hand and quality suffers a little bit(the grey is too close in color to black)... This is my first post so any criticism or feedback is really appreciated.